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Mortgage Capacity Assessments
A Mortgage capacity report produced by an FCA regulated mortgage and financial adviser . A mortgage capacity assessment is an in-depth report detailing the amount and type of mortgage you are likely to get after a divorce or separation.
We have a number of different report types to choose from which you can purchase online and you can purchase additional scenarios if you need to compare alternative situations.
You will receive an email after purchase with a link to provide us with the necessary information we need that takes 10 minutes to complete. You will receive your report in 7 working days but you can opt to purchase a faster turnaround time if you need it faster.
Why do I need a Mortgage Capacity Assessment
The Capacity Report is most commonly used during divorce or separations. In most cases, this is requested by the courts to do decide on financial splits of existing assets.
This report will not only give you an element of peace of mind and allow you to plan your future post-separation but will be able to detail different outcomes based on varying financial splits.
Can I do it myself?
The mortgage capacity report needs to be completed by a competent and credible party. You need to have the correct qualifications and registration for the courts to accept the document. At Domus Financial Solutions, we have the experience, skills and credibility that you need.
Can you help me get a mortgage following my divorce?
Following your divorce, should you need a new mortgage we can use the information we have already put together to research, recommend and implement your new mortgage. We will also use the fee you have already paid for your Mortgage Capacity Assessment towards our advice fee which is normally £500 .
We search the whole market to find you the most suitable mortgage and as financial advisers can also help you with your wider financial planing needs in the next chapter of your life, for example preparing for retirement, tax planning and investing any assets you receive from the divorce.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Tax planning is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
The value of investments and pensions and the income they produce can fall as well as rise and you may get back less than you invested.